After a few years of Spoken Word performance, T.R.O.Y. from Kingdom Scum releases his first vocal-only record from his candinavian enclave. Distorted beatbox meets carnal energy in an alley of barking lions and the scattered flesh of text.
"Journal of the Internal Inferno" is a minimalist approach to what Kingdom Scum has been doing for years: radical politics, twisted humor, and abrasively quirky "music".
01. Hidden Power
03. Eternal Internal Inferno
04. Elfin Summer Assault
05. The Power Of Patents
06. I'm Not Frenetic, You're On Prozac
07. Nature Extreme
08. The Subversive Beast Of The Perverted Beats
09. From Inside The Fortress
10. Today Is The Last Day Of The Rest Of Your Life
No samplers, keyboards, drum machines, or musical instruments were used in these recordings. Only a microphone, a distortion pedal, and a four-track cassette recorder from the 1980s.
Previously released on LF050CD.
T.R.O.Y. began life as a tiny human larvae in a degenerate, over-militarized, under-analyzed section of the United $tates of Amerika. Eventually the larvae journeyed beyond the streets and walls of the Wall Street military-media-industrial complex and and set up camp in the frosty plains of Scandinavia.
By means of evolution, mutation and chaos-meditation (Kali Yoga) T.R.O.Y. has come to be involved with such projects as Eerie Materials, Kingdom Scum, Eeyore Ass Guzzler, Department of Experimental Health, Resist the Factory exhibition and SOC.nu. T.R.O.Y. has engaged primarily in collage art, various musick performances, and political activism http://www.attac.org yet over recent years has held performance workshops and delved in to the murky depths of Spoken Word.
"Journal of the Internal Inferno" is the first Spoken Word/Beat release by T.R.O.Y.